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one today, the story behind the movie "lincoln", the book inspired the steven spielberg film and she's a "meet the press" report and doris is back here. all of your books should inspire steven spielberg to make big films but he did this one here. take me behind the scenes of that relationship with spielberg taking him to springfield and how this project was born. >> he wanted to do lincoln for many years but wanted to wait until he was ready. i met him way back in 1989 on a documentary he was doing on the mill len yum and he had any shake hands about doing lincoln. as relaxation, he would say, what did lincoln do today. i would tell him, what he did, 1864, 1840. he decided he didn't want to wait for the book. he bought it and that meant he had it ready in his hands and put tony kushner on it and he always wanted daniel day-lewis. >> before we get to him, what is it about lincoln he wanted to share with a broader u. younger, new generation. >> he wanted to make lincoln a person you could identify with intimately. he chose a short story rather than a big fat thing to show his humor, sa
's revered president, brought to life by a hollywood dream team. steven spielberg and daniel day lewis ted diane sawyer about separating the man from the myth. >>> and walk on the wild side. up close and personal with a rare and fearsome predator. our reporter puts tail in hand to get to know the african white lion. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," november 9th, 2012. >> good evening, i'm bill weir. when president obama strode into the east room of the white house this afternoon, we all knew that job one of term two is to hammer out some sort of deal with republicans to keep the federal government from veering off the so-called fiscal cliff. and we knew he would probably lay down some markers. >> i'm open to compromise. i'm open to new ideas. i'm committed to solving our fiscal challenges. but i refuse to accept any approach that isn't balanced. i'm not going to ask students and seniors and middle class families to pay down the entire deficit while people like me making over $250,000
should be buying those plane tickets? >>> and "lincoln." the dream of director steven spielberg. the reluctance of daniel day lewis. tonight, for the first time here, together, telling how they brought a mythic president to life. our "persons of the week." >>> good evening. simply put, it was a shock today, when we learned that the general who symbolized the discipline and honor of the american military, the man entrusted with the vital secrets of the cia, general david petraeus, resigned, citing an extramarital affair. the first cia director in history to resign this way. and the story is still breaking. so, we go straight to abc's senior foreign affairs correspondent, martha raddatz. right now. martha? >> reporter: diane, i've known david petraeus for close to a decade and this news is truly stunning. there is no one in the military who was view ed as more disciplined and, frankly, more concerned with his own image and own career. but the seriousness of having a cia director involved in an extramarital affair cannot be overplayed. as cia director, petraeus held all of the nati
america's 16th president gets the spielberg treatment. >>> finally tonight days after our nation's 44th president was re-elected to a second term the spotlight turns to america's 16th president -- at the movies at least. abraham lincoln getting the big screen treatment courtesy of steven spielberg. here's nbc's kevin tibbles. >> reporter: he may have started out the poor self-educated son of homesteaders, but for thousands of school children who visit the museum honoring his presidency every week abraham lincoln remains a beacon whose convictions shaped a nation. >> he did a lot for our country. we can learn from the past to help improve what our future is going to be. >> reporter: at 6'4" abraham lincoln was a tall man of even greater historic stature. >> he did a lot, especially for my culture as far as with the emancipation proclamation and his thoughts and ideas of how to really run our country. i thought it was pretty cool. >> reporter: presidents may not have been considered cool in the 1860s, but this one is about to become a hollywood star. >> i like our chances now. >> reporter
to be huge. when steven spielberg is taking on lincoln and daniel day-lewis is going to be lincoln. there are all kinds of signs around a project like this, this is going to beat massive. it is not about winning the academy award. if you are an actor, this is the kind of stuff that you want in your career to be a part of. is there any truth to that? >> there is a truth to it but it is not quite the same as you said. it is to me to have the opportunity and the privilege to do that kind of work with that kind of excellence around you, that it be the screenplay, standing across from the brilliant daniel day-lewis, or tommy lee jones or the cast was not to be believed. or that you work with the brilliant, masterful film maker of our times, probably, steven spielberg, at the height of his artistry. and that everyone in front of the camera and behind the camera are just simply as good as it gets. and that is why i would want to be a part of it. i have worked all my life, all of my life, all of my miles in the saddle to add up to be able to be good enough to be in that arena and go toto i
, the new movie about an old american hero, steven spielberg's "lincoln" is all the buzz. >> yes, it is, actor daniel day-lewis took the leading role, apparently, he turned into him even when the cameras weren't rolling. more from abc's david wright. >> save yourself. >> reporter: he's a british actor embodying an american icon. >> i like how he does. >> reporter: according to the experts, daniel day-lewis nailed it. >> for this moment now, now, now! >> i've seen a lot of performances, and i've never seen anyone delve as deeply into lincoln's soul. >> reporter: daniel day-lewis immerses himself into it. while filming "my left foot" he remained in a wheelchair during takes. while filming in the last of the mow keek hands." and he got in just as deeply as the 16th president. >> i had a feeling for him in a way i've never had a feel for. >> reporter: on set, steven spielberg addresseded him as mr. president. >> i try not to dismember a character and wife into components. work on one area and then another. >> reporter: spielberg purposely waited until after the election to release this movi
lincoln. >> this is arguably the greatest director of all time steven spielberg with arguably the greatest actor, daniel day lewis. the trailer leads you to believe that it will be an epic masterpiece. and spielberg, it is not on that level but it is still a spielberg film and you have one of most incredible performances from an actor you've seen in a long time. daniel craig had nothing to work with when it came to lincoln's voice. there is no known recordings of lincoln's voice. he researched and found out he had a high-pitched voice. he went with that. in the movie, it take place over last four months of lincoln's life while he is trying to abolish slavery. spielberg has that amazing direction where he is able to allow to engage in a story that you know the ending to and still feel on the end of your seat. >> some of this was shot in richmond. >> yes. that is correct. it starts off slow. i didn't like how spielberg put seattle cards over the characters in certain scenes. as we get to the end and we're dealing with being in the house of representatives, it gets intense. and daniel day lew
and radar online, an interview i did with steven spielberg back in december. the awards on november 18th so i'm crossing my fingers. i don't know if i have any chance of winning those against those big named outlets. the award is actually for my interview that aired on wttg. >> we all remember that interview with steven spielberg. >> i'm making my movie for spielberg right now. he told me to make a movie and send it to him. we just finished. we shot it, we're editing it this weekend and should be done the next couple of weeks so we're sending it off to spielberg. >> this is such great news. good luck to you and thanks again for getting up so early to talk with us. >> any time and follow me on twitter. i'll have my review of flight tomorrow morning. i'm so sorry the screening was cancelled but i'll have the review tomorrow morning i promise. >> isn't that awesome? >> that's huge. he's up against those people and -- >> and he's making a movie and giving it to spielberg? i'd be nervous. >> i know. >> that looks like a pretty nice hotel room he was in too. he used to be in those small boxes. no
wrote the book, steven spielberg read it, and the rest really is history. >> said it was the faithful. billions in bondage, and many to come. >> i imagined this man, lincoln, from the moment i woke up to going to bed, suddenly he is on screen, back in our lives again. it is an extraordinary experience to see him become abraham lincoln. >> you make the character, you live with this person, seldom do you get to see such a situation rise from your work. >> and the most amazing thing, both spielberg and daniel day-lewis, cared so much about detail they asked to go to springfield, to go to the law offices and the museum. and what do you want to know about? what was the right thing, what did he sound like? what is his voice like? so we knew from the period at that time that he had a high-pitched voice that could go over the crowds. you had people in the debates, lincoln's could go to the end of the crowd. they wanted to know how he walked. we knew he walked like a laborer, that he felt like he had a burden on his shoulders. when you see him walk, he walks like a laborer, the most important
playwright of angels in america." you also wrote the screenplay to "munich" with stephen spielberg now you are the screen writeer for the knew movie "lincoln." (cheers and applause) were you daunted at all approaching a figure this iconic? someone so huge in our minds? someone we all think of as old. old uncle penny face? (laughter) >> never occurred to me to think of him as olds uncle penny face. it was scary. i didn't want to do it original because i didn't know that it was going to be possible. >> stephen: did spielberg have something on you? did he blackmail you? >> well, doris kearns goodwin who's been on the show. >> stephen: friend of the show. >> she was a very persuasive and lovely person and great writer and she talked me into it and i loved working with steven on "munich" so i figured it was a good thing to try. >> stephen: when doris was on she said something i hadn't heard before. she said -- she looked at "lincoln" and she said "isn't he sexy?" she said she's been saying for years lincoln is sexy and people think she's crazy. you must have -- you must have got to know somethi
gets the spielberg treatment. that make me smile. spending the day with my niece. i don't use super poligrip for hold because my dentures fit well. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum and it was uncomfortable. even well-fitting dentures let in food particles. super poligrip is zinc free. with just a few dabs, it's clinically proven to seal out more food particles so you're more comfortable and confident while you eat. so it's not about keeping my dentures in, it's about keeping the food particles out. [ charlie ] try zinc free super poligrip. throughout our lives. one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for women's health concerns as we age. it has more of 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day 50+. to support cell health. why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in two years? no. if he can't, no one can. that's why ally has a raise your rate cd. ally bank.
-x.com. >>> finally this half-hour, one of the most talked about movies of the year, steven spielberg's lincoln. >> can't wait to seep this one. stepping into what that lead role would be, daunting for anybody, for any actor. daniel day-lewis didn't just perform the part of lincoln,ly became him. abc's david wright explains how. >> it's done. >> reporter: a british actor embodying an american icon. >> i look our chances now. >> reporter: according to the experts. daniel day-lewis nailed it. >> now, now, now! >> i have seen a lot of performances. i have never seen any one delve as deeply. >> reporter: daniel day-lewis immerses himself in his roles. in fill temperatuming my left f remand in a wheelchair between takes. in playing hawk eye in last of the mohicans he lived in the wilderness, killing and skinning his own din ter. as the actor recently told time mag zazine he got just as deepl into the president. >> i had a feeling for him i have never been able to feel from him i never met. >> reporter: on set, steven spielberg addressed him as mr. president. day lewis did send text messages to other
. >>> steven spielberg's new fill "lincoln" is in select theaters this weekend and opens nationwide next week. based on a book, it centers on lincoln's fight to end slavery. abc7 news, arts and entertainment reporter don sanchez calls it ethic. here's his on the isle review. >> the fate of human dignity in our hands. blood has been spilled to afford us this moment. now, now, now! >> abraham lincoln, the civil war and his effort to pass a constitutional amendment that abolishes slavery. beliefs run deep. this film pulls no punches. lincoln tries to gain support for the bill and end the war. >> i don't think an amendment for this piece you cannot have. >> how many hundreds have died? >> congress must never declare equal those who god declared unequal. leave the constitution alone. >> it puts today's gridlock to shame. it's fascinating. alongside stephen spielberg's masterful direction, there is daniel day lewis portraying lincoln as a simple, not a terribly sophisticated man with homespun humor. >> it's the self-evident truth, things which are equal to the same things are equal to each other. >
little increase? >> yes. >> thank you, lisa. >>> steven spielberg's new fill "lincoln" is in select theaters this weekend and opens nationwide next week. based on a book, it centers on lincoln's fight to end slavery. abc7 news, arts and entertainment reporter don sanchez calls it ethic. here's his on the isle review. >> the fate of human dignity in our hands. blood has been spilled to afford us this moment. now, now, now! >> abraham lincoln, the civil war and his effort to pass a constitutional amendment that abolishes slavery. beliefs run deep. this film pulls no punches. lincoln tries to gain support for the bill and end the war. >> i don't think an amendment for this piece you cannot have. >> how many hundreds have died? >> congress must never declare equal those who god declared unequal. leave the constitution alone. >> it puts today's gridlock to shame. alongside stephen spielberg's masterful direction, there is daniel day lewis pour trying lincoln as a simple, not a terribly sophisticated man with homespun humor. >> it's the self-evident truth, things which are equal to the sa
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, daniel-day lewis. >> yes. >> rose: steven spielberg, sallie field, tony kushner wrote it. >> tommy lee jones. >> rose: brilliant. >> yeah. and a whole wealth of new york ackers,-- . >> rose: this is steven s that why? we have this-- spielberg made sure, wanted a bunch of new york actors for this or just so happened that these good actors had a new york base. >> i don't know how that came to pass but it was great to be there. >> rose: how was it as an experience? >> i have all these words that sound so high fall outin. >> rose: try one. >> it was the word sack rement or the word referential or the word ecia i used to blythely. >> rose: i hear you. what was it about it made it that way? >> well, it's lincoln. >> rose: yes. >> and it's steven spielberg and it's tony kushner. and then you start going down the line, tommy jones, salliefield. and it's daniel-day lewis. and the day-to-day was unlike any experience i had taken part in, and particularly i think from daniel's and i don't really want to speak too his process or-- but what-- and steven in many ways augmented this day-to-day proces
> thanktû you. >> oh, boy. >> steven spielberg's film opens tonight and nationwide next week. >> it's based on the book team ofl >> don sanchez calls it epic. >> don con's civil war and his efforts to pass an amendment abolishing slavery. this lincoln tries to gain support for the bill and endrjr the war. >> you cannot have both. so many hundreds of deaths. >> hundreds of votes created unequal. >> negotiations are fascinating. alongside steven spielberg there is daniel day lewis portraying lincoln as a simple mann9ue with home spun humor. >> it is a self evident truth things chr equal to the same thing are equal to each other. >> a bit of a loner, he opens white house to hear people problems or rides around in a carriage. sally field is strong but it's all about daniel day lewis.jÑ5[÷ this may be the best picture of the year, you can line up your awards and oscars. begin was a battlefield sequence but then becomes floors of congress, weapons are words. mazing performance. you feel he is lincoln. expect nom naigs for tommy lee jones. very to give lincoln a full bu
've never been able to feel for a man that i never met. >> reporter: on set, steven spielberg addressed him as mr. president. day lewis did send text messages to other cast members, but signed them "a" for abe lincoln. >> i try not to dismember a character, a life, into its component parts and work on one area and then another. >> reporter: spielberg purposely waited until after the election to release this movie. recognizing that lincoln is still politically relevant. ♪ lincoln ♪ lincoln ♪ lincoln >> reporter: from lincoln ck on "snl" to this "daily show" punch line election night. >> good news for mitt romney. he's won tonight, we can announce this right now, most of the confederacy. >> reporter: our house is divided, still. >> red and blue is still better than blue and gray. >> shall we stop this bleeding? >> reporter: david wright, abc news, los angeles. >> "lincoln," distributed by our parent company, disney, opens nationwide this weekend. >>> that is the broadcast. "good morning america," first thing in the morning. diane back tomorrow night. and we're going to go back to the mo
, george lucas or steven spielberg. schrader: my theory is that the reason orson welles scared hollywood to death is because he inserted his personality in the most... elephantine, multi-talented way into cinema and it was just terrifying to see that much personality. the directors who had a style worked in certain channels-- the hitchcock style, the sturges style the ford style, the lubitsch style. there was a way they did it but they were working in the corporate conglomerate way. uh, orson welles was saying, "screw all of this. i'm going to reinvent movies." and, well, they got rid of him. and then, you know, with the nouvelle vague and then with bertolucci finally... this has now taken root in hollywood which is why hollywood is so anxious and confused at the moment because they know they have to give money to spike lee and to quentin tarantino and they don't like that fact. eventually they can co-opt them, hopefully. or make money off of them and hold their nose while they do it. uh, now the question i'm trying to ask is are these guys really mavericks or has hollywood style... is t
picture. >> lincoln is sensational in steven spielberg's best in many, many years and it looks like that's going to be a major contender. the movie critic peak hammond of the deadline .com is tracking of the early oscar favorites >> critics say that oscars love to a low 7. >> now with skype fall the love-double 07,--skyfall starting to talk about james bond being in the best picture race is a great possibility >> also, people are >> about the race is not over yet, some possible contenders have not even opened yet. "les miserables from universal. a huge che an hugh jackman ,anne hathaway and russeell crow the big musical of the season based of the broadway show obviously. >> everybody is looking at that one and the other rows are looking at that like i hope it is not good, and but it's not good. >> are there any individual performances that is really good? >> the tightest actor. >> having you with anthony hopkins also, there is a daniel day-lewis, as apri purdue lincoln and also bill murray as hyde park on behalf of the portrayal of roosevelt. we of the battle of the presidency. >> i love
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tomorrow at the nokia theater. the movie opens nationwide on friday. >>> steven spielberg's new fill "lincoln" is in select theaters this weekend and opens nationwide next week. based on a book, it centers on lincoln's fight to end slavery. abc7 news, arts and entertainment reporter don sanchez calls it ethic. here's his on the isle review. >> the fate of human dignity in our hands. blood spill this moment. now, now, now! >> abraham lincoln, the civil war and his effort to pass a constitutional amendment that abolishes slavery. bless run deep. this film pulls no punches. lincoln tries to gain support for the bill and end the war. >> i don't think an opened for this piece you cannot have. >> how many hundreds have died? >> congress must never declare equal those who god declared unequal. leave the constitution alone. >> it puts today's gridlock to shame. alongside stephen spielberg's masterful selection, there is daniel day lewis pour trying lincoln as a simple, not a terribly sophisticated man with homespun humor. >> it's the self-est truth, things equal to the same thinning are equa
of the most talked about movies of the year, steven spielberg's "lincoln." >> i can't wait to see this one. stepping into what that lead role would be, you know, daunting for anybody, for any actor. daniel day-lewis didn't just perform the part of lincoln. he became him. abc's david wright explains how. >> sir, it's done. >> reporter: he's a british actor embodying an american icon. >> i like our chances now. >> reporter: according to the experts, daniel day-lewis nailed it. [ indiscernible ] >> now, now, now! >> i've seen a lot of performances, and i've never seen anyone delve as deeply into lincoln's soul. >> reporter: daniel day-lewis famously immerses himself in his roles. while filming "my left foot" in which he plays a character with cerebral palsy, he remained in a wheelchair between takes. while playing hawkeye in "last of the mahicans," he lived in the wilderness, killing and skinning his own dinner. as the actor recently told "time" magazine he got just as deeply into the 16th president. >> i had a feeling for him i have never been able to feel from him i never met. >> reporter:
. $14 of those will be my own. >> steven spielberg's "lincoln" is coming out this weekend but you may have trouble finding it as the film will only be released in 11 theaters. >> the kolber report weighed in on yesterday's nor'easter and what political implications it may have. take a look. >> yes, a nor'easter. a storm so powerful it can wipe out a region's supply of t's and h's. and, folks, i am afraid that this new storm could hurt romney's momentum. i mean -- [ cheers and applause ] >> it could slow him down. he already lost the election. that can't help. >> all right. finally, people camping out in november can only mean one of two things. either it's black friday or in this case a "twilight" premiere. these guys are hard core fans, they're called twihards. >>> robert pattinson, kristen stewart, taylor lautner, they're hoping to catch a claim ps of them. the premier is monday, giving these guys plenty of time to re-read these books. >> is it contagious. should i be worried? >> you've spent plenty of time here with me and you haven't caught it. i think you're safe. >> the bond mov
spielberg. this chronicles the leadership during the most tumultuous and divisive times as well as this decision to a emancipate slavery. >> shall we stop this. the shell sally field, james spader and tommy lee jones. it is pg-13 in. april williams, kron 4. >>jacqueline: isolated storms with one over the diablo range and over the san mateo coast. we can see that with drier conditions tomorrow. early in keeping it cool, overnight. pretty chilly. overnight, sunday, monday, things would satellite and ritter still showing spotty shower activity but mostly clear skies. that is why it is been so cold. it is dying down a bit but as we can see just some frost advisories. it is going to be very cold overnight. and look at how cold it is going to get freezing in napa. 39 degrees in vallejo, 38 in concord in task for the inland valleys are teetering on the frosted pfizer reef. we could see some apache frost but it might not be enough. for the south bay temperatures cool. look at daly city and half moon bay. chilly. a cool afternoon. 50s in richmond. 58 in concord and for the snowfall of th
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